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Prelude by Robert L. Crawford, Frank Guan, Stu Watson, Michael Robbins, Morgan Parker, Ri Pierce-Grove, Anthony Madrid, Amanda Smeltz, Cecilia Corrigan, Emily Swanson, Alexandra Pechman, Ana Bozicevic, Willis Plummer, Jesse Zuba, Austin Allen, Maureen Miller, Jonathan Aprea, John Koethe, Natalie Eilbert, Alexander Nemser, Mary Austin Speaker, Jason Anderson, Howard Altmann, Prudence Peiffer, Adam Weg, Jasper Bernes, Hyun Cho, Tim O'Connell, Mira González, Jenny Zhang, Jeff Nagy, Delia Pless, Cole Swenson, John Ashbery, Ann Lauterbach, Cecily Iddings, Corina Copp, Chris Hosea, R. Tristan DeWitt, Tom Blood, Brenda Iijima, John Kinsella, Nina Puro, Tao Lin, Lisa Jarnot, Rebecca Wolff, Ariana Reines

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The Legacy of a Red Hills Hunting Plantation: Tall Timbers Research Station Land Conservancy, Prelude, Avoiding Counselor Malpractice
The Red Hills region is an idyllic setting filled with longleaf pine grasslands that stretches from Tallahassee Florida to Thomasville Georgia At its heart lies Tall Timbers a former hunting plantation turned ecological research station br In sportsman Henry L Beadel purchased a plantation and renamed it Tall Timbers As was the tradition Beadel burned the woods after every hunting season in order to keep them clear of the thick brush required by ground foraging birds like quail After the U S Forest Service condemned the practice in the s as harmful for the forest and its wildlife the quail population diminished dramatically br Encouraged by his longtime friend Herbert L Stoddard who was conducting scientific bird research on his property Beadel set his sights on conserving the land in order to study among other things the effects of fire on plants and wildlife In Beadel Stoddard and others established Tall Timbers Research Station Inc as a private nonprofit corporation devoted to scientific purposes and upon his death Beadel donated his entire Tall Timbers estate to be used for ecological research in perpetuity br This history of Tall Timbers is complemented by a wealth of unique and unpublished photographs that are in the site s archival collections including photographs from the late nineteenth century many taken by Henry Beadel himself who was both an accomplished and compulsive photographer The book traces the transformation of the plantation into what its founders envisioned a long term plot study station independent of government or academic control It also reveals fascinating insights into the life of the wealthy landowner Beadel and his association with renowned naturalist Stoddard which influenced his evolution from a sportsman to a naturalist and finally to a conservationist br The original text was written between and by Tall Timbers Beadel Fellow William R Brueckheimer as an outcome of his research on the Red Hills quail plantations and their land use practices The manuscript which ended chronologically with the founding of Tall Timbers Research Station languished in the station s library for decades after completion It passed through several hands until Robert Crawford was tasked with the assignment to edit rewrite and reorganize the original comprehensive scholarly treatise and to bring the story up to date br The result is a cultural and environmental history of the Red Hills region in general and the plantation community specifically The volume spans thousands of years of human interaction with the land from Indian prehistory through European settlement the Gilded Age the twentieth century and ending in the present, No description available, No description available